From "A favourite collection of songs, glees, elegies and canons, for one, two, three, four and five voices: composed by Mr Harrington of Bath. London, pr 5/-. Printed by Longman and Broderip No. 26 Cheapside" [c. 1780].
Lyrics: Henry Harington

O thou, whose notes could oft remove
The pangs of woe or hapless love,
Rest here, distressed by cares no more,
And taste such calm thou gav'st before.
Sleep undisturb'd within thy peaceful shrine
'Til angels wake thee with such notes as thine.
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Henry Harington
(1727 - 1816)

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O thou whose notes

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